I always disregard a pharmacy the moment I see the word "Canada" there, especially when I load the site and see that it's not safe for browsing.
It has a low trust score (38%) on ScamAdviser. ScamAdviser further says that the pharmacy hasn't an SSL certificate, which means that your credit card passwords aren't safe.
I like judging a pharmacy from past customers' experience. Unfortunately, the ones you see on this site are robotic. So I can't judge it.I've added this pharmacy to the "Scam Online Pharmacies" category because I think it's unsafe. Can you help me prove that, please?
This is a very inaccurate decision. How do you judge a pharmacy by its age alone, just because the age is close to those of rogue pharmacies? Are all rogue pharmacies young?The pharmacy is a year old, and I think that's a problem. Most younger drugstores are often fraudulent.
I'm talking while having the other factors in mind as well. And, it's always wise to give a pharmacy some... 3 years if it can be consistent with its good services.This is a very inaccurate decision. How do you judge a pharmacy by its age alone, just because the age is close to those of rogue pharmacies? Are all rogue pharmacies young?
Yes, I can help. Look at the poor Alexa ranking of 1,250,755! This means that there could be no visitors to the site, which makes it a fraud.